Yep, it’s a drone alright. See the rotors? Four of ‘em. That’s as drone-y as it gets. They only come out to play when you actually want to fly PowerVision’s egg-shaped UAV, though - meaning they don’t take up any space in a backpack when you’re on the move. Read more at http://www.stuff.tv/news/what-shell-powervisions-new-drone-takes-crack-dji#dDkLIe5r1sDQXF9j.99
"A cinematographer's dream come true"
This is the PowerEgg. The egg shaped design of the drone creates a uique style
If flying regular drones proves tricky, help is at hand – literally – thanks to this gesture-controlled quadcopter that’s shaped like an egg.
Today, PowerVision Robot launched the PowerEgg, which has the potential to shake up the consumer market. There are three reasons for this.
Also boasts easy, Wii-style motion control. But mainly, it's a flying, fold-up egg!
PowerVision turned heads with its egg-shaped PowerEgg last month. It\'s following up the uniquely shaped consumer drone with a model aimed at pros and enthusiast fliers—the PowerEye.
"It's a beast among drones."
"People always think drones are quad-copters. We don't."
PowerVision Technology Group, leaders in the commercial drone space for years, designed PowerEgg to look beautiful while also proving to be a very functional, approachable piece of equipment.
We caught our first glimpse at the PowerEgg drone back in February when it was first unveiled. If you liked what you saw in that lightweight and intuitive consumer focused drone aircraft, you can now pre-order your own.
Drones are wildly popular these days. But there hasn’t been one drone that’s taken the consumer market by storm. Well, PowerVision Technology Group, a worldwide leader in robotics and big data technologies, may change that with the PowerEgg. PowerEgg is – you guessed it – an egg-shaped drone that’s designed with the consumer in mind.
Building on a proven track record in the field of industrial drones, PowerVision is taking pre-orders for its first consumer drone—the PowerEgg. R
PowerVision is not resting. It was just a couple weeks ago that they announced they’re taking pre-orders for their innovative new consumer drone, the PowerEgg. Yesterday at the InterDrone trade show PowerVision unveiled the PowerEye a drone designed for professional cinematography.
One exhibitor getting a lot of attention is the company PowerVision and their product the PowerEgg.
"A veritable beast of a photography drone."
"PowerVision Technology released its professional cinematgraphy drone. The foldable PowerEye features dual viewing, aollowing multiple users to see vi
"New and noteable"
Drones are great, but most don’t fit neatly in your sock drawer. The PowerEgg, however, has form wrapped up as well as it does function, folding neatly up into the shape of an – well, you can guess.